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. philadelphia has been on the front line of this epidemic, but also recently turned the tide. and childhood obesity is in fact going down. the question is, how did they do it? well, a big part of the answer is right on the corner, the corner store. philadelphia is known for food, after all, known for the philadelphia cheese steak. after all, it is one of the most overweight cities in the country. and especially in a city where poverty and violence are also high, so it is not easily done. >> patients and doctors, they're saying you need to eat more healthy, and be more physical. >> reporter: when talking about the issues of overweight and obesity in this country, people point their fingers in lots of different directions. but here in philadelphia, a lot of fingers get pointed at stores like this, the corner store or the bodega. this is where they say battles can be lost and won. inter this nonprofit group, and the food trust. in philadelphia, i mean, is this the front line? >> this is the front line, children were receiving the majority of their calories every single day at corner stores lik
in the 19th century. and in some cases, some of the same pipes. grusheski: philadelphia was the first american city to develop a water system and to take on as a municipal responsibility water delivery to all of its citizens. when william penn laid out the city, he actually chose a spot of land that had a lot of groundwater. however, by 1730, 30,000 people lived within the first seven blocks of philadelphia, next to the delaware river. well, 30,000 people caused filth in the city and polluted their water sources. the groundwater was not potable. and in one year, 1/6 of the population died of yellow fever. now, they didn't know at the time that yellow fever was carried by mosquitoes. but the health issue was major in that first movement to build a water system. narrator: so they set out to find the cleanest source of water. although the majority of philadelphia's water now comes from the delaware river, early engineers found that development along the waterfront was causing pollution. so their search led them to the nearby schuylkill river. philadelphia developed technologies to pump w
are on parades this morning. sam is in philadelphia. hey, sam. at the 93rd annual thanksgiving day parade. >> good morning. >> he's already on the float. >> that's great. >> and ginger zee is at the legendary macy's thanksgiving day parade, right here in new york. hey, ginger. millions of people, on my way in this morning, i saw little kids wrapped in blankets, lining the parade routes, hoping to catch a glimpse of the famous floats and balloons. they blew them up last night outside of the museum of natural history. i sent my boys to watch. they were underwhelmed. >> they were standing by people my height. i apologize for that. >>> and lessons from our dear robin's journey. her bone marrow transplant has inspired so many people. 56,000 people have become bone marrow donors, giving the most precious gift, the gift of life. always great to see her. >> and what an impact she's having, even in her absence right now. >>> we know you're about to start cooking your feast. we have last-minute tips for you, from cutting the turkey, to adding some dips to the favorites you might be serving, on the
in the nottingham region. philadelphia road, we have a break.ater main continued closures on madison street and the j.f.x. france to guilford avenue. you up to date on some of our live cameras. southbound traffic looks pretty t.od and the roads are we this is 295 with southbound delays down towards 32. i will keep you posted on the accidents in owings mills and the nottingham region. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> police are investigating a double shooting in northwest baltimore. it happened just before 10:00 p.m. last night. no word on the conditions of the victims. no word as to who shot a man in north baltimore on sunday night. the victim is in critical condition with a gunshot wound to the head. police are still looking for the men who attacked a taco bell store manager. the victim was identified as gary graham. he was shot several times in the parking lot early on sunday morning and remains in critical condition. >> a baltimore city police officer is under investigation. kim dacey joins us live with the latest on the investigation. good morning. >> good morning. officer ell
see philadelphia, new york, all seeing snow, including areas hardest hit by sandy. the coastline. take a look right now. we've got video coming out of philadelphia. these are actually live pictures of philadelphia right now. you can see the snow making its way down, creating havoc on the roadways there. it is rush hour in philadelphia, too. they'll continue to see the snow. winter weather advisories in effect across their area. as far as our weather's concerned right now, this is all we're dealing with for the most part. the cold air, 44 degrees, winds out of the north at 15 miles per hour. that brings us our windchill of 37 degrees. i'll let you know how this storm will affect us as we work through tomorrow morning and what's coming up next. we've got big changes in the forecast. >>> we're going to take a look at the impact of the coastal storm hammering areas already trying to recover from hurricane sandy. jay gray in trenton, new jersey, with more on how people are trying to cope with all of this. jay? >> reporter: hey there, jim. this is what they're coping with right now, snow mix
the snow is, up between philadelphia, new york city. they're seeing heavy bands of snow through portions of jersey, including along the coast. areas that are hard hit by sandy are seeing snow. that is not good news for them. a live shot towards trenton, new jersey. this is a little bit earlier this afternoon. as the snow was falling, the snow continues to fall there right now. we'll continue to see that snow piling up in that region. they could see two to four, maybe five inches of snow before it's all said and done for them. unfortunately that could mean more power outages. for us, 45 degrees, winds out of the north at 16 miles per hour. cloudy skies with rain moving in. temperatures are on the cold side. look at these windchills, sitting at 35 in gaithersburg, 38 at the airport and 37 in manassas. once again, this will not be a big event for us. i'll come back and tell you what the big event will be, though, in just a minute. >>> a live look at reagan national airport where a number of flights heading north have been canceled already. united airlines suspended most of its service this
to assess the task ahead are two guests. one in virginia and one in philadelphia. governor, let me start with you. do you think he will win tonight? >> i think he will win the electoral college. i do not know about the proper their vote. >> -- the popular vote. the good news in philadelphia, that is a 1 million vote margin for president obama. it seems to be running ahead of 2008. >> congressman, there seems to be a high turnout in virginia. everybody is watching what will happen there. >> it is closed. i think mitt romney will take it. of all of these close states, met -- obama did the best in virginia four years ago. we like the turnout model today. it is close. we have made a lot of ground since 2008. >> if we look at the american economy and high unemployment, will mitt romney do well? >> it should, if ever body were voting the economy. but a lot of people vote along race, ethnicity, and cultural status. groups with the highest unemployment rate, african- americans, and young people, they are voting for obama. >> do you think the high turnout among ethnic minorities is what this real
've got some good news to report. i've been waiting for day like this. philadelphia has been on the frontline of this epidemic, but they've also recently turned the tide and childhood obesity there is, in fact, going down. the question is how did they do it? well, a big part of the answer is right on the corner, the corner store. >> reporter: mrefl is known for food. after all, it's the home of the cheesesteak. changing that, especially in a city where poverty and violence are also high, well, that's easier said than done. >> it's really easy as doctors to sit with patients and say that you need to eat more healthfully, you immediate to be physically active, but people live in environments where unhealthy stuff is readily available. it's cheap. it's heavily promoted. >> when talking about the issues of overweight and obesity in this country people point the fingers in lots of different directions, but here in philadelphia a lot of fingers get pointed in stores like this, the corner store, or the bodega. this is where they say battles can be lost and won. enter this nonprofit
high it is drawing attention. chief washington correspondent james rosen has the story. >> philadelphia fever burned so intensely for president obama last tuesday it nearly broke the thermometer. in 20 of the city's 66 wards president won 97% of vote. with minor rounding up we could say in 13 philadelphia wards mr. obama captured 99%. "philadelphia inquirer" reports that g.o.p. nominee mitt romney failed to garner a single vote in 59 of the city divisions. subsets of wards where 700 people could be registered to vote. >> i think the people voted the way they believed in. the polling across the nation showed that the african-american community was supporting the president by 98-99%. >> in ten of chicago 50 wards, largely inner city, the president likewise captured 98% of the vote. some parts of philadelphia witnessed turn-out rate exceeding 90%. arousing suspicion that something other than brotherly love was at work. >> in some precincts in philadelphia you will see as they finish the, you know, the official count, i think you will see places where there are many people voting in a preci
this afternoon right over the top of the philadelphia to new york city area, that's where we could see minor accumulations. we're not talking a lot. the cities themselves, probably the roads will be fine, on the cars and the grass, maybe an inch or two. north and west of philadelphia, pennsylvania, northwest jersey could get from two to three inches. southern new england could pick up an inch or two and that could even accumulate on the roads. the airports could have minor issues as that falls from the sky. also down in the southeast, lynn, the other travel spot today, a lot of thunderstorms rolling through louisiana, mississippi and alabama. we'll track it all for you. i'll give you an update a little later. >> thanks so much. >>> a mystery in ramallah as the remains of former palestinian leader yasir arafat are exhumed. >>> plus, a photo of what could be the world's most infamous iceberg goes under the hammer. your headlines are straight ahead. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wa
and fans are celebrating tonight after the team's big win over the philadelphia eagles. good evening, everyone. i'm jim rosenfield. we're starting with the redskins, you know what that means. they came back from their bye week in full force today with rg3 leading the charge with some impressive stats. dan hellie is live at fedexfield with a recap and fans are relieved tonight, dan. >> i'd say relieved is a pretty good way to describe the feeling, maybe a little elation along the way because the redskins did something today they don't do very often. they dominated this game from start to finish. 31-6 winners over their division foes, the philadelphia eagles. the eagles have now lost six games in a row. this probably seals andy reid's fate in philadelphia, and the win keeps the redskins relevant, at least for another couple weeks, especially for next week's thanksgiving day game in dallas. let's take a look at how things went down. robert griffin iii had another record-setting day. a salute to the military personnel at fedexfield. rg3, of course, from a military family. the eagles star
yesterday. closures remain in effect in rosedale at philadelphia road. watch for those closures once again. madison street and over towards calvert, shut down because of a water main break. charles street and 21st street, another water main breaks. about 11 minutes on the north or west sides. not bad in terms of delays. a quick live look at traffic on 795 at owings mills. southbound traffic is building. no delays down towards the beltway. this is 95 at the fort mchenry. area bridges checking out fine. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. now let's get the latest on the buses and the trains. welcome back. >> we have water main breaks affecting the buses. the 35 bus diverting at madison and greenmount. the 64 bus diverting mayor charles street. -- diverting near charles street. light rail and metro subway both on time. i'm kurt kronke. >> good morning. get ready for it be changed today temperature-wise. it was in the 60's yesterday. we have a cold front moving through the state. temperatures drop off into the 20's on the other side of the mountains. we will not drop into the 20's. we will
are dealing with a very serious crash in baltimore county. it's in white marsh and has shut down philadelphia road at bradshaw road. baltimore county police crash team is on the scene and we will bring you the very latest as it becomes available. you will want to stick with route 40 in the meantime. here's hunt valley at 83 shawan road everything is moving along. no delays as you head down to the beltway and it will remain clear get unget jfx and head downtown. this is get on the jfx and head downtown. -- get on jfx and head downtown. the west side of the beltway nice and clear this purple friday. 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 795 down to 95. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic. megan and charley over to you. >>> a week after resigning as cia director because of an alleged extra marital affair david petraeus will testify about the response to the deadly benghazi attacks. renee marsh is live in d.c. to tell us about what could be coming from today's hearings. >> reporter: well, petraeus will testify before both the house and senate intelligence committee and these will be c
to find out how much they know about the upcoming opponent. >> sunday is the philadelphia eagles. here is lindsay murphy. murphy. >> welcome to the four down showdown after the bye woke and these guys have had plenty of time to study their philadelphia trivia. right? >> yes. >> are you going to know any answers? >> absolutely not. >> the defense is up two points in this game. you feel pretty good about your chances? >> i'll take my chances. >> you're the challenger. >> sound luke we got ground to make up. >> are either of you trash talks are. not the best but i can try. >> how about you? >> not at all. >> all right. first down, give me one nickname for philadelphia. >> brotherly love. >> the city of brotherly love. >> i'll give that to you because it was close enough. >> i'm from the midwest. >> i thought everybody knew this. jack kemp a the yrn dog. i got to overcome this. >> second down, this line of snack foods is headquarters in philly. tasty cakes, entemann's, hostess. >> negative. tasty cakes. -- i'm the underdog. >> which of your teammates is a former eagle? >> chris wilson. >>
intimidation, what is it? >> standing guard outside a polling place >> intimidating voters in philadelphia >> last time four years ago one of them had a billy club >> in 2008 in philadelphia, they said you can't be ruled by a black man >> jon: basically there's a story on fox that ran 21 times. there's a black guy in philadelphia. and he's by the door. do you understand what i'm saying? you cannot simultaneously use a group of people as a boogie man. you can't scare... here's the hope it seemed like of the right. we're going to scare you enough to vote out this one black guy by showing you these other black guys. but we don't want to scare you so much about these other black guys that you think they might be near where you vote >> i think it would be a little bit of a stretch to say that every conservative has this anxiety because that's not true. there are a lot of black conservatives >> jon: would you say that they use that to stir up fear about a black panther man >> i think it goes back to the election four years ago when there was apparently some voter intimidation >> jon: there were
will be in pennsylvania for not one, but four events throughout the state, pittsburgh, philadelphia, scranton. recently, the obama camp has been saying it is desperation on the report of mitt romney to go into pennsylvania and get the 20 electoral votes but suddenly for the obama camp to be putting bill clinton in in in the final hours for four events suggests they are more nervous than they have let on. >> thank you, ed. lots of good information. i have never heard of the group pit ball? >> it is a performer. >> what kind of performance, rap in. >> hip hop producer, fairly talented. >> and your home state is your pennsylvania, give us an update, what ed said at the end having to send in bill clinton is that because the obama campaign did not pay enough attention to pennsylvania? >> they have not because they thought they would not have to defend it. the fact he is going in four times is a big deal. democrats have won pennsylvania and presidential elections consistently for the last couple of decades. i think there is real trouble in the campaign. person has a aging population, a lot of seniors. they h
will explain. >> also, megyn kelly on 59 places in philadelphia where mitt romney got zero votes. is that even possible? miss megyn will analyze. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi. i'll bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. is the libyan situation another watergate? that is the subject of this evening's talk points memo. today on capitol hill, senate intelligence committee began hearings about the murder of the ambassador to libya and three other americans in benghazi on 9-11. as you may know, the obama administration will not define exactly what happened. the press has been largely negligent in pursuing the story. now the testimony is under oath, so it's serious. there are two ways this thing could go. first, into a watergate type spectacle with cover-ups and goh gus statements to the american people, or second. >> it could be a big nothing. a human error that spiraled out of control. the problem is compounded by the president's refusal to define anything. he continues to say there is an investigation, so he can't even give us basic f
there's been a few drops of rain falling there. let's take me up to philadelphia, pennsylvania, where they've had flakes of snow. in fact, bigger flakes. you can see covering the camera lens. you can see the traffic down below. philadelphia, pennsylvania, from this coastal storm, one of the areas that's expecting some of the higherccumulating snowfalls. trenton, new jersey, and up around hartford, connecticut. back to what's going on here. you can see the trend, the moisture pushing throughout the morning hours. the afternoon hours from east to west, now leesburg, d.c., waldorf, leonardtown. very few reports of much of anything falling here. in new jersey, look at that white, different story here where they've had low visibility, down to a quarter mile. the bigger flakes here. that's closer to the center of the storm system. and even our wind gusts inland have been up around 20 miles per hour. i'm not expecting much at all from this storm system. maybe an inch of accumulating snowfall. i-95, hartford, cecil county, we could see a dusting around baltimore, areas of northern howard coun
the colts in their december 30 finale. michael vick, oh, my gosh. if he had a talk show in philadelphia, you know what the topic would be. 77 yards to desean jackson. but michael vick sacked 7 times on the night. out played by drew brees. drew brees to jimmy graham. 239 yards. here is michael vick, 22-41. 272 yards. 7 times he thrown to the turf. eagles are 3-5. 28-13. we will see what is next in philadelphia. they all over him there. 2 years, $26 million deals for david ortiz to stay with the red sox and blasted bobby v. he made comments he quit on the team and then he tried to text him to explain, he said he didn't return the text because he doesn't deal with crazy people or folks with mental issues. david ortiz, the last you quit 26 million, i may not answer your text either. >> you would not. >> all right. we will see you tomorrow young lady. you will be in action for our coverage of the election. with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel
become more frequent as fill fell road has become a busy -- philadelphia road has become a busy commuter artery. >> people have to be aware of the danger. they recently put rumble strips in to slow people down so they don't run into school buses. >> according to court records, strair lived on fill -- strayer lived on philadelphia road. jeff hager, abc2 news. >>> that crash in keeningsville was not the first crash in baltimore county last night. 26-year-old eric faceno was driving the jeep when trying to turn on to york road. he hit a curb and crashed into a signal. >>> an update to the breaking news we first brought you last night at 11:00. the woman who was struck by a pickup on ritchie park has died. she was crossing just outside of the crosswalk. they believe pedestrian error is the primary cause. they're also looking into the possibility that tinted windows may have affected the driver. >> an infant, a child and an adult were hurt. the fire started in a bedroom on montford street. they were all take ton area hospitals. >>> now to the latest developments in that freight train crash in
're flying, airport delays are possible for the northeast and new york, philadelphia and d.c., plus, in new orleans. >>> this holiday season, forget visions of sugarplums dancing in people's heads. right now, everyone seems to be dreaming of a fortune instead. >> that vision is winning wednesday night's record powerball jackpot, worth at least $425 million. in 42 states and washington, d.c., people are lining up for their chance at almost $500 million. at 2 bucks a ticket, they figure, why not? >> we call it the red neck retirement fund. sooner or later, someone's going to get it. >> reporter: you have to be in it to win it. but the $2 ticket has a 1 in 175 million chance of winning the jackpot numbers. the prize has grown so large because no one has hit the prize for 16-straight draws. as the fortune grow, so do the lines. this morning, georgia lottery officials are apologizing to powerball players who faced slow machines. >> they need to hurry and get the system up. >> reporter: some players said the machines were down altogether. but late monday, georgia lottery officials say things appe
to katrina. several election day controversies in philadelphia today. pennsylvania largest city, member of the black panther party controlling a philadelphia polling site once again, there you see him. the same group that sparked such outrage in 2008 holding clubs trying to intimidate voters. it was the response in philadelphia. voters in other polling site had to cast their ballot next to a giant mural of president obama with the words of hope and change before it was partially covered up, took hours to do that. you have to love philadelphia. the pennsylvania judge had to reinstate dozens of elections officials reportedly thrown out of polls across the city for democratic voting chief judges. voters across this country are busy choosing the next president but that is not the only important matter on the ballot. also many key initiatives in here are a few. maine, maryland and washington voting on whether to legalize same-sex marriage. minnesota votes on whether to place a ban on gay marriage in its constitution. washington, oregon and colorado on whether to legalize recreational use of
call philadelphia sovereignty. second, i'm going to examine the ideas of the global governance project which challenges philadelphia sovereignty, and third, move from ideas to action, and talk about the activities of the globalists, and then, fourth, examine the significance of the conflict between constitutional government and global govern nans. now, sovereignty is define by most scholars and others as going back to 16 # 48, and that's true to an extent, but when i was working on the book and thinking of writing, coming up with concepts, i realized americans don't think of themselves as west -- americans think of sovereignty in the sense that we, the people of the united states of america, the opening words of the constitution of the united states written, of course, in philadelphia; hence, the term "philadelphia sovereignty," but what is philadelphia sovereignty, of course, the people are sovereign, but through a constitution. the core of the twin pillars of that are liberty and consent so we have majority rule, but majority rule is limited through a constitution, and the whole syst
statement. it is hard to find superlatives for the work the framers did in philadelphia in 1787. ook, which i have mixed ideas about to because it is filled with conversations that never could have happened -- [laughter] but the title is "miracle at philadelphia." and that is not wrong. washington, of course, was the presiding officer of the convention. the american constitution was by accident and design. the delegates -- the first month, would there be a president, would be a council, with the president have an absolute veto? at the end of the month, none of these things for resolved. at some points, at the delegates would say, the 18th century equivalent of we are out of fear. washington would say, gentlemen, please stay. you did not walk out on the general. and stay for three months and finish the document. in historygreat if's is what if jefferson had been at philadelphia? it is interesting that two of america's greatest thinkers john adams and thomas jefferson were not at philadelphia. adams was the american minister to the court of st. james. jefferson the american minister to paris.
if he toes and i think he will is in the philadelphia suburbs which are predominantly 85%, 90% white. that's where you have progressive democrats in the suburbs become being increasingly democrat. you got the last of the moderate republicans and a lot of independents as well. and they are voters who are intelligent, they care about the environment, they care about social justice, they care about causes like women's right to choose, et cetera. and those white voters will stay with the president in significant numbers and that's what will bring him to victory in pennsylvania. pennsylvania is a state with about a 10% to 12% african-american population and about a 6% to 8% latino population. so white voters still dominate pennsylvania and you got to get your share. the president does. the president in '08 when he carried this state by 11 points he lost 11 out of the 12 southwestern pennsylvania traditionally democratic counties which are all essentially blue collar, white working class counties where they are pretty much pro gun and fairly conservative democrats. but he still won the sta
will be in the suburbs of philadelphia today and four years ago, barack obama was in indiana when you look at where this map has gone, it reflects the change and the direction and the momentum toward governor romney a state like pennsylvania being in play, a poll out today, showing michigan dead heat. you know, the map has expanded. wisconsin, minnesota, has expanded our way we feel very confident in terms of where we are in the target states. we have been able to expand into pennsylvania while fully funding and staying current with everything we need to be doing in florida and virginia and ohio and all of the other target states. i think what you're seeing, george, when you liste to your previous guest and he talks about the ground game, ground game, they constantly talk about that and they're doing conference calls all the time on this, their assumption seems to be these undecided voters, in these polls, they're not going to turn out and therefore, prevail because of their superior ground game versus ours. number one, their ground game is not superior. number two, i think those undecided voters a
, it is the suburbs surrounding the philadelphia area. i circled it in the lower right corner of the state. 20 electoral votes in the state of pennsylvania. polls close at 8:00. the reason why this is key, philadelphia and its suburbs are key is that a lot of the liberals in the city have moved out to the suburbs to find better schools and more greentrees and as they have done so many of them turned to undecided voters. stuart, i know you're a numbers guy. obama won pennsylvania by 620,000 votes in the last election. 600,000 of them, from the city of philadelphia itself which is very heavily democratic. so all of those swing, undecided votes across the state, very important tonight. stuart: we are watching that county. fascinating that liberals like green trees, san trachlt thank you for that fine piece of information. what about conservatives? america is choosing one of two very different paths today. one of those differences involves government, big or small, which do you prefer? the national debt exploding 5 trillion under the president, just look at that. that is big government spending. s
away from philadelphia to fort lauderdale when i was 15, and gave birth to my oldest daughter and was labeled a habitual runaway by judge mark speiser. over the next years, i struggled with my addiction, giving birth to a son and another daughter. finally, in my late thirties, i ended up homeless, living under bridges, and i finally started going to jail. it was jail that actually saved my life, because that is where i met broward county drug court judge marcia beach, who loved me until i could love myself. she placed me in the sheriff's 90-day in-custody treatment program. the time there helped save my life. the last 30 days of the 90 days i did something i had never done before in my entire life: i made a plan. today, i'm an intern for intherooms.com. we are the world's largest recovery web site, with over 260,000 people worldwide sharing their experience, strength, and hope with each other, and it's powerful. today, i'd like to tell you that i'm an asset, not a liability. today, i'm a face and voice in and of recovery, and thank you for having me. (applause.) on behalf of t
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